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BREAKING: 2x Stanley Cup Winner Officially Retires From Hockey

Published July 5, 2023 at 11:21
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Veteran forward Darren Helm, a two-time Stanley Cup winner and a player with over 800 games under his belt, has made the decision to hang up his skates.

Helm, who was selected 132nd overall by the Detroit Red Wings in the 2005 NHL Draft, has established himself as a valuable contributor in the bottom six forward role throughout his career.

Earlier today, it was officially announced that Helm, now 36 years old, would be retiring from professional hockey.




During his time in the NHL, Helm amassed a total of 266 points in 823 games played. In addition, he contributed 26 points in 103 playoff games.

Helm's first taste of Stanley Cup glory came in 2008 as a rookie with the Red Wings, and he secured his second and final championship with the Colorado Avalanche in 2022.
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